Justin replied by telegram, "Don't bother to come back, just send a check."
According to the politest version, the Cossacks replied: Thou Turkish Devil!
When Mr. Cohen was asked by the coroner whether Peaches had been a heroin addict, he replied, "Yes."
The activist, an agronomist named Arturo Hernandez Cordona, is said to have replied.
“Yes, I would work on it,” Della Femina replied unhesitatingly.
"On second thoughts, I may be able to give some kind of a pow-wow," I replied.
"Go to my irrigation engineer, Mr. Ames," replied Jim shortly.
To the corporal's inquiry he replied that Ferry had just passed on.
"I don't understand you," replied the domino in a dignified way.
"I trust that there can be no mistake upon that point, at least," replied he.
late 14c., "to make an answer," from Old French replier "to reply, turn back," from Late Latin replicare "to reply, repeat," in classical Latin "fold back, fold over, bend back," from re- "back, again" (see re-) + plicare "to fold" (see ply (v.1)). Latin literal sense of "to fold back" is attested from mid-15c. in English but is not now used. Modern French répliquer (Middle French replier) is directly from Late Latin. Related: Replied; replying.
1550s, from reply (v.).